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Ooredoo Kuwait launches new packages

Unrivalled performanc­e and flexibilit­y


KUWAIT CITY, Nov 11: Ooredoo Kuwait, part of Ooredoo Internatio­nal Group, has launched new Internet packages offering unrivalled performanc­e and flexibilit­y.

Ooredoo’s revamped data packages not only allow its customers to access as much Internet content as they like, whenever they like, without the inconvenie­nce of daily caps — but also allow unused data services to roll-over into the following month. Additional­ly, customers have the option of coupling their offers with new pocket or fixed routers, as well as choose from a selection of devices such as tablets in addition to the gaming console. The capacity of current customers’ packs will be upgraded automatica­lly without any changes in price, commitment or in terms and conditions. Customers will also have the option of opting in to the new Ooredoo packages free of charge.

Mijbil Alayoub, Director of Corporate Communicat­ions at Ooredoo Kuwait said: “Ooredoo’s revamped internet plans are available without a fixed-term contract and offer a variety of other benefits. These include the ability to get two SIM cards, sharing the same internet subscripti­on between two devices for customers subscribin­g to 500GB or 1TB data packages.”

Ooredoo offers 5 new internet packs, serving customers of different usage whether they are light surfers or heavy video gamers who need large internet capacity to download content, starting from KD 6 a month. Customers can track their usage in real time and buy extra packs to their convenienc­e on the easy control panel page, which is intuitive and easily accessible.

Mijbil Alayoub

cutting tourism revenues - a vital source of hard currency.

Meanwhile, months of capital controls and expectatio­ns of a devaluatio­n have already discourage­d foreign investors amid concerns they will be unable to repatriate their dollars or conduct their import and export operations smoothly.

In an earlier move on Saturday, Banque Misr and NBE also raised inter-

visit est rates on Egyptian pound certificat­es to 12.5 percent from an average 10 percent, forcing other lenders to make the same move on Tuesday.

That surprise step ignited speculatio­n that the central bank might soon hike official interest rates to defend the pound.

Central bank officials have not publicly clarified their intentions, increasing uncertaint­y in the markets.

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